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Two serious questions about Kaepernick

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Reminds me of an odd thing prior to the game.

 

According to Joe person, Kaepernick's pre-game conference call was hastily ended by a 49ers official after just 3 minutes, 50 seconds.

 

I found that strange, but never saw any word on the 'why' of it.

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He looks like a hood rat, he could ,at the very least, act like he respects the position.

You also act like Alex Smith couldn't still lead that bunch to the playoffs. Kap is a slightly more dynamic Smith that the coaches still don't trust to not screw up.

 

If that's the case why does he have the final say on nearly 100% of all plays called? I mean, they could do like Mike Martz and forbid all audibles, or they could do like Dallas and just have it as an option, but instead, they usually call two (sometimes three) plays in the huddle and let him decide on what to run based on his pre-snap read- and again, that's on almost every play (except goal line scenarios and other special situations).

 

Why do they attempt such a higher percentage of mid-range to deep passes in comparison to other teams? (evidence: Kaepernick is top ten in yards per attempt, near the bottom in completion percentage, and his WRs are near the bottom in YAC: low completion percentage combined with high yards per attempt combined with low YAC for WRs must necessarily mean the ball travels a longer distance in the air). If they didn't trust him, wouldn't they call a bunch of WR screens and short passes?

 

Reminds me of an odd thing prior to the game.

 

According to Joe person, Kaepernick's pre-game conference call was hastily ended by a 49ers official after just 3 minutes, 50 seconds.

 

I found that strange, but never saw any word on the 'why' of it.

He was too busy preparing for the game.

 

No but seriously, he has been coached to give as little as possible to the media. Harbaugh does the same thing, and it all relates to Harbaugh's obsession with winning and always trying to find an edge. He thinks that way, so he assumes that other teams might be looking for an edge accidentally revealed in media sessions. It is paranoia, but it is part of the package. I'd prefer a coach that is so insanely obsessed with winning that he guards his media sessions and those of his quarterback than one who just lets things flow, personally. I already experienced such coaches with Mike Nolan and Mike Singletary, neither of which could win with a great deal of the 49ers roster already in place. Bill Walsh wrote a book called "Finding the Winning Edge" which was filled with numerous quotes from The Art of War about gaining any advantage you can whilst limiting any you give to the enemy. I'm sure Harbaugh soaked that up when he worked at Stanford when Walsh was often there (for the limited time he was able to).

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wait...did you sign up after the game? 

 

 edit: no 

 

damn it!

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Who cares?  The sooner the thug has a Theismann-like injury, the better off the league will be.

 

 

The sooner the league has less fans like you, the better the league will be.

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Reminds me of an odd thing prior to the game.

 

According to Joe person, Kaepernick's pre-game conference call was hastily ended by a 49ers official after just 3 minutes, 50 seconds.

 

I found that strange, but never saw any word on the 'why' of it.

He was probably just mindlessly rambling and made no sense. That's my guess. 

 

Though the media doesn't talk about it, Kaepernick makes Cam (even at his worst) appear like Winston Churchill behind the microphone. 

 

They focus on what they want to focus on it appears; the media?

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wait...did you sign up after the game? 

 

 edit: no 

 

damn it!

 

You would think they would have moved on by now. 

 

Why are they still patrolling Panther boards, and not Seahawks????

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My question is whether or not he's hit puberty yet?

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You would think they would have moved on by now. 

 

Why are they still patrolling Panther boards, and not Seahawks????

 

Because he's scared of the 12th man .... just a guess! :-)

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Who cares? The sooner the thug has a Theismann-like injury, the better off the league will be.

the fug, man? Seriously?

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